Paolo Groppioni is very satisfied with the progress that the GRP A4 series 2013 has made up to this date. He has kindly provided the following pictures of production. From wooden cases and filter boards all the way to full-fledged A4 synthesizers: just feast your eyes!
This is ultimate recommendation for the GRP A4. Musically speaking, the instrument doesn’t need a recommendation. Although our recommendations up to this point have definitely had some shortcomings.
It’s classified as a “wild analog”, as you can read in our GRP A4 test report. But its gentle smoothness has still to be mentioned. To emphasize this, we have added 4 new sound samples. Continue reading
Paolo Groppioni actually built this latest GRP A4 of the first series for himself – and put it in a flightcase! That looks really good, even if the traditional wooden case remains classically beautiful. Those of you who have to take the A4 somewhere else or who have constant changes in their studio setup will find this flightcase variation an interesting alternative.
It’s exciting when a brandnew (and cool!) analog synthesizer sees the light of day. The GRP A4 prototype was completed last week! Enrico Cosimi – keyboarder and writer for “Audio Central Magazine” – has created four GRP A4 videos. He explains the instrument, step by step. Enrico’s summary: The A4 sounds even (slightly) better than the wonderful A8. It’s more versatile, it’s the “Wild Analog” …!
Now … sit down, have some coffee … and enjoy the A4!
Further information: www.grpsynthesizer.it